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Gary Moore
Gary Moore


Background information
Birth name Robert William Gary Moore
Born April 4, 1952
Born place Belfast, Northern Ireland, UK
Died February 6, 2011
Death place Estepona, Spain
Genre(s) Blues Rock
Hard Rock
Heavy Metal
Blues
Jazz Fusion
Years active 1969—2011
Associated acts Thin Lizzy
Phil Lynott
Skid Row (Irish band)
Colosseum II
Greg Lake
Bruce-Baker-Moore
Website Website



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Metallica's Kirk Hammett Pays Tribute To Thin Lizzy's Gary Moore

February 10, 2011
Metallica's Kirk Hammett Pays Tribute To Thin Lizzy's Gary MooreMetallica's Kirk Hammett has paid tribute to former Thin Lizzy guitarist Gary Moore, who died last weekend.

The 58-year-old guitarist died while on holiday in Spain. He is believed to have suffered a heart attack.

In an editorial for Rolling Stone, guitarist Hammett said Moore was in his “top five guitar influences” alongside Jimi Hendrix, Eddie Van Halen, Stevie Ray Vaughan and Michael Schenker.

He also recalled his chance first meeting with the guitarist in a lift in a German hotel a year and a half ago.

“I got into the elevator on the fifth floor and the elevator stopped on the fourth floor and in comes Gary Moore. I just couldn't believe it," he said.

“I introduced myself and had a chance to tell him how much of an influence he was on me.”

Hammett added: “He couldn't have been more gracious to me though, and in retrospect I'm very glad I had the opportunity.”

Sir Bob Geldof, Bryan Adams and founding Thin Lizzy member Brian Downey have also paid tribute to Moore, who also enjoyed success as a solo star.

(by Jason Gregory)



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Brandie @ Music World
Brandie   [05 October 2011, 15:11:38]
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